Agricultural articles in this issue pertain to soil microbiology for agriculture, the fruit industry in British Columbia, and the use of scorecards to judge the quality of milk. Horticultural articles address the award-winning rose from the Experimental Farm at Ottawa, the progress of rose cultivation in Canada, and plant registration regulations. Other articles focus on the improvements of farm machinery, and the Migratory Birds Convention Act. The Alumni column provides an update of alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column includes a travel diary of a student's experience on the Trail of the '98 (Chilkoot Trail) and alumnae updates.
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Description_tableofcontentsSoil microbiology and its application to practical agriculture; Small fruits in British Columbia; The combined reaper-thresher; An amusing incident with a bear; The Agnes Rose; A proposed revision of dairy barn score cards; Rose cultivation; Plant registration regulations; Migratory Birds Convention Act; Editorial; Macdonald; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
EditorL. C. Young; H. G. Tillman; D. F. Putman; H. G. Master; N. I. Clark; E. C. Beck; G. C. Warren; G. B. Hood; W. R. Graham; E. Wilkes; H. J. Colson; D. A. Andrew; A. A. Kingscote; E. H. Garrard; R. W. Thompson; Miss M. Whittington; Miss F. Parsons;